Andrew Stolper is an Assistant United States Attorney assigned to cases involving white-collar crime and corporate fraud. Andrew Stolper has earned a reputation for his leadership in successful prosecutions, including the trial of Enron Corporation’s Kenneth Lay. Andrew Stolper has accrued an impressive number of convictions by federal juries, with over a dozen involving government corruption, fraud, and obstruction of justice. Andrew Stolper has served as an Assistant United States Attorney since 2002. Prior to joining the United States Department of Justice, Andrew Stolper served as an Associate at Irell & Manella LLP in California. He previously worked for the law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP as a Summer Associate in the mergers and acquisitions department, and was the first summer associate from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law to receive an offer of full-time employment from that firm. Andrew Stolper holds membership in the Order of the Coif and Phi Kappa Phi and was a member of the Southern California Law Review. Andrew Stolper received his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from The George Washington University in 1996. While an undergraduate, Andrew Stolper attended The University of Sydney while serving as an intern for the New South Wales Minister for Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs in the fall of 1994. Andrew Stolper followed this international experience with half a year in Grenoble, France at the distinguished Centre Universitaire d’Etudes Francaises, where he studied French and French History in 1995.